At Intuitry, we specialise in helping our clients recognise the patterns of thought and behaviour that are keeping them stuck in regularly over-eating when they feel stressed, anxious or depressed. As Accredited Practicing Dietitians, we also help our clients construct sustainable eating habits that support a considered and calm experience of eating. Our personalised approach to emotional eating therapy will always take into consideration what is going on for our clients that might impact their relationship with food.

Our Dietitian Services



See an Intuitry dietitian to improve your relationship with eating and your body.

Eating Disorders

We provide you with confidence in nutritional restoration, or meeting your nutritional needs, helping you overcome your barriers to continued recovery. As you progress, we support you to let go of plans, building confidence in eating practices that connect you to your internal cues and personal values.

  • Anorexia Nervosa
  • Bulimia Nervosa
  • Binge Eating Disorder
  • OSFED
  • Disordered Eating
  • ARFID

Eating, WEIGHT & SHAPE CONCERNS

Making changing to our eating patterns is always very closely tied to our experience of being in our body. Our dietitians are trained in helping you navigate any difficulties that might come up as you improve your relationship with food.

  • Yoyo Dieting
  • Emotional eating
  • Seeking confidence
  • Told to go on a diet
  • Eating Disorder history

non-diet nutrition

By guiding you towards a way of eating that is directed by your internal cues and personal values, you gain confidence in caring for yourself, meeting your nutritional needs in context with all of your needs. Without the side of diet culture.

  • Intuitive Eating
  • Bariatric Surgery
  • Vegetarianism
  • Food Intolerances
  • Diabetes
  • PCOS

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CONTACT DETAILS:

LOCATION

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  • Mount Lawley
  • Kalamunda
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I am interested in:

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  • Help with an Eating Disorder (for myself)
  • Help with an Eating Disorder (for a loved on)
  • Non-diet Nutrition
  • Seeing a Dietitian (not Eating Disorder)
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How did you hear about us?

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  • Referred by GP
  • Referred by Psychologist
  • Referred by friend/family
  • Google
  • ANZAED/NEDC Website
  • Dietitians Australia Website
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  • Other